Ohio Condition redshirt junior running back Mike Weber (5) poses after running the ball within the other half from the game against Michigan on
The Dallas Cowboysformer Ohio Condition back Mike Weber using the No. 218 overall pick within the seventh round from the 2019 National league Draft.
Weber forewent his final year of eligibility for that Buckeyes after two straight seasons splitting carries with Ohio Condition junior running back J.K. Dobbins.
Earlier this season Weber ran for 954 yards, No. 2 around the team, and five touchdowns, adding another 112 yards and something touchdown with the air.
Because of the struggle of replacing Ezekiel Elliott, who’s now his teammate around the Cowboys, within the Ohio Condition hurrying game like a newcomer in 2016, Weber set up 1,096 yards on the floor to get only the third Ohio Condition newcomer running to publish 1,000 or even more yards.
His impressive newcomer campaign earned Weber Big Ten Newcomer of the season and 2nd-Team All-Big Ten distinctions, though it might be his lone year as Ohio State’s featured back.
Weber defied the concept he was slow in the Nationalleague Combine, posting the 5th-best 40-yard dash time among running backs at 4.47 seconds.
Though a hamstring injuries threatened his 2017 season, Weber still were able to hurry for any team-leading 10 touchdowns on 6.2 yards per carry.
The Detroit native ran for any touchdown in every of his three victorious matchups against Michigan over his Ohio Condition tenure.